Hanif Kureishi’s Dispatches shows us writers finding strength in camaraderie. Discover the profound insights in this ode to his journey.
Here are seven important books to celebrate Carers Week, which recognises the dedication and challenges caregivers face.
Researchers are apparently uncovering queer animals, say authors Sabrina Imbler, Lucy Cooke and actress Isabella Rossellini in an event at the British Library for Pride 2023.
Women’s Prize for Fiction shortlisted authors Barbara Kingsolver, Maggie O’Farrell, Jacqueline Crooks and Priscilla Morris speak to Kate Mosse
These books on World Environment Day look at the importance of preserving our Earth and how we can fight against climate change.
Hadley Freeman’s Good Girls: memoir shows how anorexia distorts reality – review
Hadley Freeman’s Good Girls memoir looks at her arduous years of suffering from anorexia and the long journey to recovery.
It’s Volunteers’ Week, where people take the opportunity to help their communities, hence here are some books to reflect on volunteering.
The whole of June is the month of Pride, where we celebrate nonfiction books from the LGBTQ communities (and of course all year round!)
It’s already boiling hot, hence here are some of the best books in May – from death, diaspora and denial to people and planet .
Why protest is important – with Pessimism is for Lightweights poet Salena Godden
Pessimism is for Lightweights poet Salena Godden speaks to Suswati Basu about why protest is important and we need hope to continue.